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Silver Springs Care Center Recognized with Silver Level National Quality Award from AHCA
January 15, 2019Silver Springs Care Center in Meriden has announced that they will be recognized with a 2018 Silver - Commitment to Quality Award by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL). Silver Springs is the only skilled nursing care center in Connecticut to received the award in 2018. The notification comes after the 2018 AHCA/NCAL awards ceremony and as such Silver Springs will be honored at the 2019 Annual Convention and Expo in Orlando, FL.
Healthy Living for Seniors: Tips for Overall Wellness
January 10, 2019These days, many seniors are focusing more on their health and well-being so that they can remain active and vital during retirement. For those who are dealing with health or mobility issues, there are many ways to keep safety a priority, from making changes to the home to downsizing and making a move to something smaller. However, there are many details to consider when it comes to feeling good and staying healthy…
Introducing a new iCare Health Network - Touchpoints Rehab TV commercial for 2019, emphasizing our Transitions of Care, focus on complex medical conditions such as CHF and COPD and our continuum of post-acute care services. The spot will play on Fox 61 in Connecticut
The Touchpoints at Chestnut team leveraged their lobby Christmas decorations into a nice donation to the Five Cupboard Food Pantry in East Windsor. The final donation of non-perishable food, toiletries and other supplies for those in need weighed in at 340 pounds. The team was also able to donate six hams thanks to a Candy Tree Raffle. Congratulations to the TAC team on a creative way to give back during the holidays and for the beautiful display it created for residents and guests.
Mrs. Claus Makes Annual Visit to Touchpoints at Manchester
December 21, 2018Touchpoints at Manchester’s Joanie Gallichant has been an LPN at the care center for 38 years and her passion lies in caring for the residents of the long term care unit. She not only provides excellent care she also is always finding ways to bring joy to the residents and so for the last five years she has made a visit to the center as Mrs. Claus.